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The Dissemination and Utilization of Research for Promoting Evidence-Based Practice

Kathy Lemon Osterling, Michael J. Austin
2008 Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work  
Ultimately, effective dissemination and utilization of research will involve considerable collaboration between researchers and practitioners.  ...  This article describes factors related to dissemination and utilization of research within human service agency settings, including those factors related to: (1) individual practitioners, (2) the organization  ...  IMPLICATIONS FOR DISSEMINATION AND UTILIZATION OF RESEARCH· It is clear that the dissemination and utilization of research findings is a complex process that is influenced by the characteristics of individuals  ... 
doi:10.1300/j394v05n01_11 pmid:19064452 fatcat:6vyfcujqrragzlm63bovera7zq

Comparison of determinants of research knowledge utilization by practitioners and administrators in the field of child and family social services

François Chagnon, Louise Pouliot, Claire Malo, Marie-Joëlle Gervais, Marie-Ève Pigeon
2010 Implementation Science  
Methods: The objectives of the study are to describe knowledge utilization by child protection administrators and practitioners (N = 477) and to compare factors related to knowledge utilization by these  ...  Use of active knowledge transfer strategies was associated with knowledge utilization by practitioners, while knowledge dissemination efforts played a more significant role for administrators.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thanks all those administrators and practitioners who participated in the study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1748-5908-5-41 pmid:20525270 pmcid:PMC2887777 fatcat:dytlvbh6gfbp3dv2nrsgccwt3u

Knowledge Transfer on Complex Social Interventions in Public Health: A Scoping Study

Christian Dagenais, Marie Malo, Émilie Robert, Mathieu Ouimet, Diane Berthelette, Valéry Ridde, Wolfgang Glanzel
2013 PLoS ONE  
The strategies targeted mostly administrators of organizations and practitioners. The articles generally dealt with instrumental utilization and most often used qualitative methods.  ...  strategies and conceptual and persuasive utilization.  ...  Most of the studies deal with research utilization among policy makers; some with utilization by administrators or managers. One discusses research utilization by practitioners.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0080233 pmid:24324593 pmcid:PMC3851180 fatcat:yrl5nqo2xvcnbbpsttdbtouuma

Diffusion Theory and Knowledge Dissemination, Utilization, and Integration in Public Health

Lawrence W. Green, Judith M. Ottoson, César García, Robert A. Hiatt
2009 Annual Review of Public Health  
Practitioners and the public lament the lack of relevance and fit of evidence that reaches them and barriers to their implementation of it.  ...  Legislators and their scientific beneficiaries express growing concerns that the fruits of their investment in health research are not reaching the public, policy makers, and practitioners with evidence-based  ...  in which evidence is produced by scientists, then vetted and disseminated to policy makers and practitioners.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.publhealth.031308.100049 pmid:19705558 fatcat:k6widcrszjapbo4tyzex2cjm4q

Evidence-Based, Empirically Supported, or Scientifically Unsupported? An Overview of the Research to Practice Gap in Early Childhood Special Education

Sara Movahedazarhouligh
2021 Journal of Educational Studies and Multidisciplinary Approaches  
Valid research is crucial for evaluating the effects of utilized practices, strategies, and interventions on learners with exceptionalities.  ...  However, past and current efforts to translate, transport, and close the research to practice gap have not successfully disseminated the growing list of evidence-based interventions, strategies, and programs  ...  Besides, most research findings are disseminated in a nonteacher/practitioner-friendly way or via traditional and passive methods (e.g., journal articles, research briefs) that are not often utilized by  ... 
doi:10.51383/jesma.2022.23 fatcat:hkifgguuo5gjfeau2b3cjpdqey

A thematic analysis of theoretical models for translational science in nursing: Mapping the field

Sandra A. Mitchell, Cheryl A. Fisher, Clare E. Hastings, Leanne B. Silverman, Gwenyth R. Wallen
2010 Nursing Outlook  
and inquiry; (4) designing and interpreting dissemination research.  ...  Discussion-This analysis distinguishes the contributions made by leaders and researchers at each phase in the process of discovery, development, and service delivery.  ...  the implementation of those innovations by practitioners, policy makers, and communities.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.outlook.2010.07.001 pmid:21074646 pmcid:PMC3011939 fatcat:agtbbpoj7zh5nnchdlj72citsy

Page 72 of Rehabilitation Literature Vol. 28, Issue 3 [page]

1967 Rehabilitation Literature  
Dissemination and Utilization Aspects of Research Projects.  ...  to assist in the dissemination and utilization of research findings will be encouraged.  ... 

Research and the Practitioner: Dissemination of Research Results within the Library-Information Profession (Book Review)

Mary Jo Lynch
1983 College and Research Libraries  
This slim volume reports on research sponsored by the British Library Research and Development Division (BLRDD) to discover the: "extent of awareness of ongoing research amongst practitioners; their attitudes  ...  It builds on two earlier and related BLRDD-supported studies-one on the dissemination of research to library educators and one on the dissemination practices of researchers.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_44_05_392 fatcat:wiwvktdi7bcixl6ss2wnqjdmte

Using Research to Inform Health Policy: Barriers and Strategies in Developing Countries

MONIQUE HENNINK, ROB STEPHENSON
2005 Journal of health communication  
Dissemination within academic circles also restricts access by decision-makers and practitioners. Overcoming the barriers requires effort on behalf of researchers, decision-makers and donor agencies.  ...  practitioners.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was completed under a Small Grant from the Opportunities and Choices Reproductive Health Research Programme, University of Southampton, UK, funded by the Department for International  ... 
doi:10.1080/10810730590915128 pmid:15804906 fatcat:wqqi6htkovcz7ea5d5kywltia4

Promoting state health department evidence-based cancer and chronic disease prevention: a multi-phase dissemination study with a cluster randomized trial component

Peg Allen, Sonia Sequeira, Rebekah R Jacob, Adriano Akira Ferreira Hino, Katherine A Stamatakis, Jenine K Harris, Lindsay Elliott, Jon F Kerner, Ellen Jones, Maureen Dobbins, Elizabeth A Baker, Ross C Brownson
2013 Implementation Science  
In phase two, a cluster randomized trial design will be conducted to test receptivity and usefulness of dissemination strategies directed toward state health department chronic disease practitioners to  ...  department chronic disease practitioners.  ...  Conceptual Framework for Research Knowledge Transfer and Utilization [37, 38] . The study model is also informed by Diffusion of Innovations [39] and Institutional Theory [40] [41] [42] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/1748-5908-8-141 pmid:24330729 pmcid:PMC3878781 fatcat:cqv5ouz7ifdcfdrbswawkomuli

The Current State of Evidence-Based Practice in Social Work

Jennifer L. Bellamy, Sarah E. Bledsoe, Dorian E. Traube
2006 Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work  
These barriers range from the egregious lag-time between research development to dissemination of evidence to practice settings to a veritable lack of support and training for community practitioners.  ...  This paper highlights existing literature on dissemination and explores the barriers, themes, and trends in EBP through eight expert interviews.  ...  This work was supported by the National Institute of Mental Health Grant 5T32-MH014623-24.  ... 
doi:10.1300/j394v03n01_02 pmid:20871786 pmcid:PMC2943634 fatcat:so7wyuknxjaldo5zlaqjo2hcie

Perceptions of evidence-based programs among community-based organizations tackling health disparities: a qualitative study

S. Ramanadhan, J. Crisostomo, J. Alexander-Molloy, E. Gandelman, M. Grullon, V. Lora, C. Reeves, C. Savage, K. Viswanath
2011 Health Education Research  
An updated perspective should better incorporate CBO perspectives on evidence and place greater, and much needed, emphasis on the impact of context for EBP dissemination in community settings.  ...  Working definitions of EBPs among CBO staff members varied greatly from typical definitions used by researchers or funders.  ...  Structural coding reports were generated utilizing NVivo and read by three members of the research team, prompting the identification and refining of key themes.  ... 
doi:10.1093/her/cyr088 pmid:22012968 pmcid:PMC3396880 fatcat:cnrcanbownd6pjvvo7igvz5h6i

Practical relevance of knowledge management and intellectual capital scholarly research: Books as knowledge translation agents

Alexander Serenko, Nick Bontis, Emily Hull
2011 Knowledge and Process Management  
Books targeted to practitioners and inspired by a desire to bring theory to practice are based on the author's personal experience and contain many non-peer reviewed sources, whereas books written for  ...  In addition to peer-reviewed journals, KM/IC book authors utilize other sources, including personal research, experts' opinions, personal experience, practitioner magazines, conferences, books, and informal  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This study is kindly supported by the research grant 864-07-0181 from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).  ... 
doi:10.1002/kpm.363 fatcat:nqdd7dmtsbhyvmhqustsgcl2dq

Beyond publication

Margaret I. Fitch
2004 Journal of Advanced Nursing  
'Dissemination' and 'utilization' of research are complex and challenging activities.  ...  However, the process of sharing research results effectively, and getting nursing colleagues to pay attention to the new knowledge and subsequently use it in their work, is not accomplished by publication  ...  'Dissemination' and 'utilization' of research are complex and challenging activities.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2648.2004.03162.x pmid:15347403 fatcat:kirucrpv55bnbh6nl7voauugaa

Page 140 of International Nursing Review Vol. 47, Issue 3 [page]

2000 International Nursing Review  
socio-economic conditions for nurses Provide teaching/learning opportunities in setting standards for nursing practice, research, education and management Conduct, disseminate and utilize research to  ...  management Foster work place support of the conduct, dissemination and utilization of research related to nursing and health Promote participation in national nurses’ associations so as to create favourable  ... 
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